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Tower Financial Corp. building

Old National is buying Tower Financial

The largest Indiana-based bank announced today it is acquiring Tower Financial Corp., the largest independent bank headquartered in Fort Wayne, for an estimated $107.7 million.

Old National Bancorp will pay Tower shareholders 1.2 shares of Old National stock and $6.75 cash for each share of Tower Financial common stock. The estimated total value of the deal is based on the Sept. 5 closing price of Old National's shares.

The transaction is expected to close before March 31.

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sslater@jg.net

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